Nitrogen Tanks

Nitrogen is a chemical element found in group 15 and period 2 of the periodic table and, in addition, its atomic number is 7, that is, each atom of it has 7 protons in its nucleus. On Earth, which makes up 78% of the atmosphere, is molecular nitrogen, which is just two nitrogen atoms joined together. 

Molecular nitrogen, is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas, very abundant in the universe, in fact, is the seventh most abundant element in the entire Solas System and the Milky Way. On the other hand, liquid nitrogen is nothing but pure nitrogen in a liquid state. It is colorless and odorless, has a temperature of about -195.8ยฐ C and a triple point density of about 0.807 g/ml. It is produced through the fractional distillation of liquid air. It is very common in industry, in laboratories, where it is used as a refrigerant, and in cryogenics, among others. 

Types of Nitrogen Tanks a Laboratory May Need

Dryshipper Series for Transportation (Round Canisters) YR05417 // YR05422

Dryshipper Series for Transportation (Round Canisters) is designed for safe sample transportation under cryogenic...


Biomedical Liquid Nitrogen Storage Solutions YR05423 // YR05437

Liquid Nitrogen Supplement Series for LN2 Storage and Supply incorporates the latest innovation, its unique...


Medical Medium Sized
Storage Series YR05357 // YR05364

Medium Sized Storage Series (Square Racks) features low LN2 consumption and relatively small footprint for medium...


Small Sized Storage Series (Square Racks) YR05371 // YR05382

Widely used within many laboratories, this small-sized storage series features low LNโ‚‚ consumption and dual...


Our Best Selling Nitrogen Tank

Medium Sized Storage Series (Square Racks) features low LN2 consumption and relatively small footprint for medium capacity sample storage.

  • ULT Storage with Extremely Low LN2 Evapouration Loss
  • Advanced Vacuum Technology and Superinsulation Technology
  • Compatible for Blood Bag Storage
Key Features
  • Heavy duty lockable enclosure o๏ฌ€ers excellent security
  • Compatible with all major cryobox brands
  • Durable aluminium construction

Analysis of the best Nitrogen Tanks for your Laboratory

Nitrogen Tanks for Brewing Beer

Nitrogen has many applications in the food industry for food conservation. It is also widely used in the sector...


Nitrogen Tanks and artificial insemination?

Nitrogen Tanks are essential equipment for the application of the artificial insemination (AI) technique...


Liquid Nitrogen Tank and sample transport

Medical practice and research require in some cases, the transport of biological samples, because the samples ...


Use of Nitrogen Tanks for the Dermatological Sector

Liquid Nitrogen, or LN2, is used in dermatological treatments in therapies known as cryotherapy. The term...


Catalog of models of Nitrogen Tanks on offer


Guides to Becoming a Nitrogen Tank Expert

Nitrogen Tank equipment are essential products in a Laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert.

Importance of liquid  Nitrogen for fire Extinguishers
- Kalstein

Fires are undoubtedly one of the least desired events, because of the risk they pose to life and to the material...

How should you handle a tank of liquid Nitrogen?
- Laboratory

Nitrogen is a chemical element found in group 15 and period 2 of the periodic table and, in addition, its atomic number...

What are the advantages and disadvantages of liquid nitrogen?

Nitrogen is a chemical element that has multiple uses, either in elemental form in gaseous state, in liquid ...

Nitrogen Tanks for the Conservation of Biological Samples

Liquid Nitrogen, which is more expensive than dry ice, is generally used for biological sample conservation and there are more potential risks with respect to its handling. However, for different types of samples to be stored in the glass phase ...

Frequently Asked Questions about Nitrogen Tanks

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